KIE Square, a consulting firm that specializes in advanced business analytics, has developed a business intelligence application. According to KMWorld, July/Aug. 2012 at 15, the software helps identify shipments likely to violate import regulations on the basis of the importer’s declarations and other paperwork (See my post of Jan. 24, 2011: Jim Bartlett of Northrop Grumman and his compilation.).
The article mentions that the text analytics capabilities of the software can spot the likelihood of wrongdoing far better than high-level structured data. This appears to be a good example of software that could supplement the expertise of an in-house lawyer (See my post of April 4, 2011: guidelines, checklists and annotations with 13 references and 1 metapost.).